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Sin, The Destroyer (Romans 6:23)

Lucas BoringLucas Boring, July 31, 2013
Part of the Miscellaneous series, preached at a Wednesday service

To know what Christ did for us, we must first look at where He brought us from. We usually try to water down sin or being in it. Being in sin is being dead. Sin is a destroyer of life. We often treat sin as a sickness that we will eventually recover from. No one can handle sin. Sin is something that you should be afraid of. Sin is something that shouldn't be played with. Gods standards are the same today as they were when He first established them. Some will say that one should follow their heart, but God says otherwise. Once sin gets a foothold, it will destroy your family you and anything it touches. We should be asking God to mold you and doing what He tells you to do. We can not do it on our own without sinning and sin destroying us. One can't live in sin and serve God too. God is righteous and loving just as parents are loving to their children, He will chastise His children because He loves them. Gods wrath will be shown if you continue in sin and not repent. The only thing that can separate someone from God is sin. Christ went through Gods wrath for our sin. He loved us so much that He took ALL sin upon Himself. That alone is enough to thank Him and rejoice in His love for us. Just as sin is a destroyer, the love of Christ is life forever.

Tags: Afraid, Alcohol, Chastening, Devils, Drugs, Drunkenness, Heart, Liar, Life, Restore, Salvation, Separation, Sin & Sinners, Warnings, Wrath of God



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Romans 6:23

23For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. (KJV)

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